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Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

APPENDIX TABLES
TABLE A
Percentage Distribution of Answers to Question, "Is it your impression that the number of people in (survey country) is increasing, decreasing, or remaining about the same? [If increasing]: Greatly or only somewhat?"
Increasing								
Country/City	Total	Greatly	Somewhat	Don't Know How Much (Volunteered)	Decreasing	Remaining Same	No Opinion	Total
India	99	88	8	3	_	_	1	100
Nigeria	99	78	18	3	-	1	-	100
Turkey	99	75	16	8	-	-	1	100
Tehran	97	41	54	2	1	1	1	100
Manila	96	82	13	1	-	3	1	100
Bangkok	95	61	23	11	-	-	5	100
Seoul	95	86	7	2	1	1	3	100
Dakar	95	68	25	2	2	2	1	100
France	90	51	29	10	-	5	5	100
Mexico City	88	66	21	1	2	8	2	100
Great Britain	86	55	27	4	3	6	5	100
Kuala Lumpur	86	61	23	2	-	-	14	100
Singapore	84	70	10	4	-	1	15	100
Santiago	82	49	27	6	5	10	3	100
Kenya	82	44	26	12	6	6	6	100
Caracas	80	50	26	4	6	10	4	100
Rio de Janeiro	76	55	19	2	3	8	13	100
Athens	76	33	34	9	14	8	2	100
Japan	76	16	53	7	10	7	7	100
Buenos Aires	72	20	37	15	5	14	9	100
Italy	70	39	17	14	10	5	15	100
West Germany	63	15	40	8	3	23	11	100
Source:  (3).tion which the United States, and more particularly international agencies, must face is whether to assist nations or subnational groups to increase their fertility levels if such nations or groups define this as in their interest. Just as the Planned Parenthood movement has always stressed its service to infertile couples as well as to those desiring birth control, should population agencies be prepared to assist Argentina and Bolivia to raise their effective fertility levels or better populate their empty lands?